Ft. Smith Coil Cleaning & Repair Services
A clean coil can save you hundreds of dollars – a dirty one can break your HVAC system. Call for Ft. Smith coil cleaning & repair services at (479) 782-4328. Click here to see some of our online specials and coupons.
You’ll find Ft. Smith right on the border but our Mountain Air Cooling & Heating trucks can be seen all up and down this great area of Arklahoma. We’ve been around for years servicing cooling equipment and we know evaporator coils inside out.
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What is An Evaporator Coil?
The evaporator coil’s job is heat transfer. It’s one of the most important factors in achieving the correct heating and cooling balance in your home. Evaporator Coils take the heat from your indoor air and move it outside. Keeping the coils clean is essential for effective heat exchange.
Coil Repair or Replacement?
Be sure to call us if you notice anything unusual with your air conditioner. If it’s the coil, we’ll be able to tell right away. Symptoms to look for are:
● Inconsistent temperatures
An evaporator coil that is not functioning correctly will not exchange hot air for cooled air. Your cooling system will continue to run but your home will not get any cooler.
● Cooling system cycles on and off repeatedly
Your air conditioner may turn off and on without changing the temperature inside your home at all if your coil has been damaged. This wastes energy and money.
● Odd sounds coming from unit
Spitting sounds may be a sign that your evaporator coil has been compromised and is leaking coolant. It’s bad for the environment and bad for your health.
What You Can Do to Help Your Evaporator Coil
● Check if you have a dirty filter
● Don’t close supply vents in unused rooms
● Make sure that furniture or curtains aren’t blocking the return vents
Ice on the Cooling Coil: What Causes the Evaporator Coil to Freeze Up?
Your evaporator coil is essentially a group of copper tubes. The moisture in the surrounding air can freeze and cause ice build up. It’s usually one of two things:
● Low airflow over and around the evaporator coil
● Low amounts of refrigerant
At Mountain Air Cooling & Heating we are a Trane Comfort Specialist dealer. Trane manufactures some of the best AC units and evaporator coils that are easy to remove and clean. We also clean and troubleshoot all other units that are not so easy. We’ve seen a lot of iced-up evaporators in Ft. Smith so we can always ascertain where the problem lies in your coils when we see it.
Call Mountain Air Cooling & Heating at (479) 782-4328 to make sure your evaporator coil is running smoothly. Keeping it clean and trouble free protects your greater AC system. Contact us today to schedule an immediate appointment in Ft. Smith.